Hafjell Hotel & Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... including a Euclid dump truck, the same as he used to drive 40 years ago. Most things in Norway have been quite expensive but this museum was free.
We also visited the Olympic ski jump. It's really huge. We rode to the top in a chair lift and were able to go inside the ski tower and watch from the very top of the ski jump. I didn't like the ride going up much and it seemed a lot better coming back down. No snow at the moment ...
... to hear that mining was ‘off the boil’ in Oz. However they were still hoping for a bright future for the coal industry. They were interested that there were people that didn’t share their enthusiasm for coal, and were concerned for their career prospects if these views caught on.
We followed the Polish border towards Dresden, which we gave a wide berth, passing through the scenic feature Bastei. The focus here appears to be on a concrete bridge ...
... taking a famous hike for which you boat up the lake and walk back along a high ridge. That sort of thing was more or less out of the question for me that day so we started pedalling. The thin, clean air did me some good and by the time we got to the turnoff to Jotunheimsvegen, a quiet gravel road across the highland, I was okay to go on. We got to Haugseter which is a hytte specializing in running horse camps. The place was full, mostly of young women ...
... and immediately noticed the Olympic Ski Jump that was used during the 1994 Winter Olympics.
Our first stop was at Maihaugen, which is another one of the Open-Air Museums. This particular one includes 180 buildings and 40,000 exhibits. Our group was split into two equal groups and introduced to our local guide Margot. She led us into the Geilo Stave Church that dated back to the 12th century, a typical farm home from the ...
... the standard of living, the cleanliness and, surrounded by nature in the likeable ski resort town of Hafjell, the effects seeped into my system, in a way which made it hard to even contemplate how contrasting the place might have looked if the blanket of snow were removed. The ski terrain itself, while being relatively limited, was enough scope for a full 5 days of an enjoyable glide around on the pistes, and scored highly ...